There is a University in Los Baños that was used as an internment camp by the Japanese as a prison for American missionaries, company executives, catholic priests and nuns and women and children. My father, Henry A. Burgess, led the Amphtrac part of the rescue of the internees early the day they were all to be executed.
This is the landing area of the Amphtracs, coming ashore under the cover of darkness. From here there is a road directly up to the camp.
“The Art of Walking” Illustrations from my sketchbook diaries of walking: 2,250 miles on the Way of St. James in Europe, England Coast to Coast hike, Italy, Seattle and Oregon. Now at the Eugene Yoga Studio, 245 E. Broadway. Open 8:45 am to 7:00 pm weekdays, but closes at 5:45 on Friday. Also open weekend mornings. Pop in for a peek anytime until the end of January 2020.
Take a lesson from me!
On the Upper Green River, Wyoming.
My brother Jamie and his wife and I hiked from the Green River Lake for a view of Square Top.
Visiting relatives in Wyoming and a 9-inch pack Rat began building a nest in their wood sculpture on their patio. We finally shook it long enough to make her run out.
Working on a calendar for the England Coast to Coast hike.
For only nine miles, it was difficult ups and downs.
Back to Prague for my final dental work at The Clinic. They do great work and now all my mercury fillings are replaced! No pain. Prague has wonderful architecture, as you can see.
There is more to Kutna Hora than the bones!
A symbol of the pilgrim.
A painting of James beheading, by the Romans for being a Christian, in the St. James church. Religious intolerance is nothing new!
Distance view of the St. James church.